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Nature Environmental Conservation & Protection

Regenerating British Columbia's Forests

edited by R. Parish, C.M. Johnson & G. Montgomery

UBC Press
Initial publish date
Jan 1990
Environmental Conservation & Protection
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    Jan 1990
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Regenerating British Columbia's Forests will assist those responsible for planning reforestation projects to reach informed decisions and will challenge them to consider primarily the biological factors basic to reforestation success rather than short-term costs and production technology. Although its main audience is practising foresters and forestry students of British Columbia, the text will be of considerable interest to foresters in other parts of Canada, the United States, and Europe who manage reforestation.

About the authors

Contributor Notes

D.P. Lavender is a professor and head of the Forest Science Department in the Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. R. Parish is a research manager with the Canada-British Columbia forest resource development agreement. C. Johnson , RPF, is president of Pacific Regeneration Technologies, Inc. G. Montgomery is an editor and writer with G. Montgomery and Associates, Victoria. A. Vyse is a forest sciences officer with the Kamloops Forest Region. R.Willis is a regeneration silviculturalist with Weyerhaeuser Canada Ltd. D. Winston is program director, Forestry Canada.

Editorial Reviews

The book is attractively produced, with many clear illustrations and tables. It brings together a wealth of information for practitioners and, in fact, anyone interested in this crucial issue in the management of BC forests.
- Bart J. Van der Kamp, BC Studies

This book...will prove to be an excellent source of basic information for anyone working in forest management, silviculture, and forest regeneration not only in British Columbia but in surrounding areas as well.
- Robert B. Forster, The American Review of Canadian Studies